Another outstanding performance by Headstone Manor U10A saw them win 4-0 against Ruislip Rangers A in a Harrow Youth Football League fixture.
Ryan McBreen was excellent in mid-field while Paul Rainsford scored twice as did George Lamb who scored another wonderful free kick.
St Josephs U10s had their result of the season when they beat league lead-ers Spartans 3-1 to end their 21 matches unbeaten run.
Goal scores for the Saints was David Nwawulor (2) and Ruairi O'Connor direct from a corner. Also outstanding was Charlie Carroll, Jack Burkett, Liam Kilroy,Tim Watson, Neil Cullis, John Wickham and man of the match goal keeper Matthew Kissane.
A tremendous six-point performance from Headstone Manor U11A, saw them do the double over Springfield.
In the first match, hat-tricks from deadly duo Charlie Rowland and Jack Drinkwater plus one from Uchenna Okafor set up a comprehensive 7-0 victory.
The tireless Conor Emery was the Manor man of the match.
The second game was a much tighter affair but Manor secured their second three-point haul with a 1-0 win. Jamal Adu came up with the decisive strike for Manor.
The brilliant Jack Drinkwater was the second Manor man of the match.
A man of the match performance from Moses Shinga for Harrow St Mary's U11B was not enough to prevent a heavy 6-1 defeat to Pinnstars. Kwaky Addo with the only strike for the away side.
The whole Harrow St Mary's under-12s side were awarded the man of the match for their extremely hard fought 0-0 draw with Pinner United.
An outstanding performance from man of the match Will Warren and a single strike from Jordan Scarlett earned Harrow St Mary's U14s a well-deserved draw at home to Belmont United.
Harrow St Mary's U17s edged a 10 goal thriller with Pinner Albion taking the closely fought tie 6-4.
Billy Silk, Jack Palmer, Harry Walker, Ashlee Moore, James Fairhead and Alex Bishop were on the scoresheet for the home side and Ashlee Moore was awarded the man of the match.
In the Harrow Football Sevens, despite the clear 3-0 scoreline, Headstone Manor U8B played their full part in an absorbing and entertaining match with Princes Park.
Outstanding performances for the Manor came from Kane Fallahi and player of the match Luke Heslin.
A tightly-fought contest between Harrow St Mary's U9A at Ickenham was settled by a solitary away goal from Chris Finlow.
Also outstanding for the side was Andrew Thomas who was awarded the man of the match.
In girls' football, Harrow St Mary's U15s were comprehensive 7-2 winners away to Northwood thanks largely to four goals from the prolific Charlotte Hallisey.
Gemma Hallisey was also on the scoresheet while Kristina Wozniak bagged a brace.
Rosa Niewiard was given the player of the match award
* Wealdstone U11s are looking for an experienced striker and defender for next season, to add to their successful Harrow Premier League team. Contact Lee on 07903933327